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Mais dans une grande majorité des cas, elle est causée ou aggravée par un trouble dordre physique (condition médicale. The ailing McDougal had been placed in solitary as punishment for failing to provide a urine sample for a drug test. Or when a young person at the top of her class -- a young person with so much to offer this country -- can't attend a public college.

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  • FANGO

    FANGO

    March 10, 2015, 9:27 am

    And the reddit.com reddit is a catchall for all sorts of articles, so stop complaining about someone not submitting to another subreddit because really everything else is under the umbrella of reddit.com, and if you want *everything* to be submitted to the appropriate subreddit, then we might as well start creating subreddits for every article, since you can create them with little effort. If you *only* want certain types of information, then why don't you unsubscribe from reddit.com and only subscribe to whatever subreddits you like, because you *will* get a variety of articles from reddit.com, because *that's what it's there for*.

    In short: get over yourself.

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  • worldlybedouin

    worldlybedouin

    March 11, 2015, 12:30 am

    I've been a vegitarian since 6...it was at that young age I learned what McDonalds 'Happy Meals' were made of. Since then I've not looked back. I've heard all the different remarks...especially the one: If you're vegitarian can you still eat p*ssy?? Funny looking back on it now, but not so when you're in that awkward stage in high school. Anyways, your job is not to convince them your choice was correct for you, but rather enjoy your healthier lifestyle choice. They will either get used to it or not...doesn't mean they can't be your friends but just know that until they get used to it, they're likely not to listen to anything you have to say on the subject. Stay strong, be healthy, enjoy life!

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  • NeoMonkey

    NeoMonkey

    March 10, 2015, 8:29 pm

    well I remarked exactly the same problem who's growing and growing. At first it was in very predictive subreddits like "lolcats" or "RetardedAndProud" but after that it seems that as if they were locusts they all set off base to pollute the other reddits.

    I had the idea on a way where Reddit could filtrate such material :

    * novelty accounts

    * less than x chars

    * meme

    * usage of alt codes (the code who looks like two eyes...)

    Usually all these threads who starts with a 15 chars posts who got 1900 upvotes and 50 replies whose summed characters counts is maybe 500.

    Those are up all the way the comments, block the access to worthwile comments and such.

    I mean can't we have some kind of filter in our profiles that says something like "filter all posts that have less than 10 words"; keeping out the standard "thank you" and such formulas from the filtering ?

    Yes I know I/we/someone could do a greasemonkey script; but at the long term reddit is going to disappear under the weight of his own stupidity when 'normal people' (those who don't use a GM script or even hear of it) are going to necessitate more time to filter out the noise than reading the worthwile comments.

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  • zair

    zair

    March 11, 2015, 2:13 am

    Jesus, this was a terrible article. First, the guy says he hasn't used Groove (but 'he hears' it's pretty good). Then starting from the next para, it's great (so apparently he's scampered off and used it for a bit). In the first para, Notes and Groove are presented as two pretty cool products that offered related functionality; fast-forward a couple paragraphs, and they're both the harvest of Ray Ozzie's fertile mind (so apparently he's scampered off and Wiki'd Groove).

    Plus, of course, he thinks GMail's simplicity is a downer. Oh, and his twitter name is '@techinciter'. At least he has the honesty to admit he hasn't used Wave (but apparently it's UI is decent...from what he's seen).

    Yep, this is the guy I want telling me what's hot in tech. Riiiiiiiight.

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  • moonzilla

    moonzilla

    March 11, 2015, 3:31 am

    My husband's 94 year-old grandmother lived her whole life in New Orleans until Katrina. Once when we were visiting her there, she told us that the wooden Jesus in her church was growing darker, and that she thought the priest had painted it black because more and more *coloreds* were coming to the church. When she confronted him (man I would've loved to have heard this conversation), the priest said that the wood had gotten darker naturally over time and with exposure to the candle smoke, oil & incense.

    Naturally, she thought he was lying. We imagined her sitting there in church looking hatefully, suspiciously at the black Jesus on the wall.

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  • Ninwa

    Ninwa

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 pm

    I've opted for Codeblocks to use the MSVC compiler. This explains why you get the same results as codepad (which uses GCC) and I don't. I've narrowed the problem down to these lines:

    printf("This is a character: %c\n", c);

    printf("This is an integer: %i\n", si);

    printf("This is a double: %f\n", db);

    While any of them are not commented out, I get the first error which claims that there's a ';' missing before 'type' which cascades and causes the following errors. If I comment them all out, pdb is created and set properly.

    I have a hunch that this is some obscure problem with MSVC and not an actual error in my code. I've run into weird problems like this in the past with 6.0 but I figured most of that stuff went away with .NET.

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  • FANGO

    FANGO

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 pm

    Insisting that everyone only post articles you like to the one reddit which everyone is subscribed to and is a catchall for all sorts of articles is quite a bit more assholish than submitting an article to a reddit which is appropriate for that article.

    If you don't like reading a variety of articles, unsubscribe from reddit.com. Or utilize the entire point of the site, and downvote things you don't like. That's what the buttons are there for. Asking social media to cater to you specifically is a ridiculous request.

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  • ropers

    ropers

    March 10, 2015, 10:54 am

    Are you in the US? And are you over the age? In that case, I would probably also consider covering my own ass. It might seem like "betrayal", but I really think you have to disclose this to a responsible party. Request anonymity if appropriate. Make sure, and make doubly sure that the responsible party is not one that might actually abuse that knowledge, but do not sit still on this information. Do you have a counsellor or see a psychologist? Ask yourself what's worse for your relationship with your sister/parents, for you to keep from them that you were the one who found out, or for them to know that you looked at her naughty pics? You may even consider talking to child social services, so they can contact your parents without disclosing your identity, and just say that based on an anonymous tip they've managed to identify your sister as the one in those pictures, etc.

    A BIG FAT DISCLAIMER though: I am not in your shoes and probably not even in your country. I am brainstorming here, and it is also possible that doing any of the above may have adverse consequences. However, you should also know that you're fundamentally not to blame for this situation, and as such even adverse consequences will not be your fault. But whatever you do, do something. Do not sit still on this information. Even if it's difficult to address this issue, address it you must.

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  • haija

    haija

    March 11, 2015, 4:33 am

    Their president is said to have denied the holocaust on national tv it's not understandable why US Jews are so pissed, since false reporting is so common in similar situations.

    What if Murdoch has been planning to misquote him, is that difficult to accomplish?

    what if our dissident Persian translator is misquoting too?

    we are talking about a nuclear standoff yet no one would tolerate any questioning of basic facts.

    Oh wait, if a douchbag such as ahmadinejad whose legitimacy and his presidency is under question, is saying something then you want to punish the whole nation and destroy the whole country for it. You would be as douchebag as he is. It is as if a thief stealing a house then you come to destroy the house. Leave the fucking house alone, get the bloody ahmadinejad himself as you should have gotten Saddam rather than destroying the whole of Iraq and Iraqis.

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  • a0t0f

    a0t0f

    March 11, 2015, 12:08 am

    i guess that was what I was asking more or less, but I dove into it without any real coherent point. I'm very interested in anarchism but it's hard to find anarchist intellectuals with whom to discuss the theories IRL, especially since I'm more familiar with socialist ideology (some of my friends are from the former Soviet Union and they are very strong supporters). I think the best alternative is for me to "lurk" before posting my questions so I have something new or insightful to add to a conversation. And I will try not to take every title as absolutely 100% literal in all situations but try to realize it's part of a communal discussion relevant to the group's focus.

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  • mthmchris

    mthmchris

    March 10, 2015, 9:52 pm

    Thank you for setting the facts straight, I came to comment to do just that.

    Chile is the Norway of Latin America.

    EDIT: I wish I could upvote you even more for actually using a "Ponzi Scheme" analogy correctly. The vast majority of redditors, whenever they come across a financial institution they don't don't understand and dislike, will immediately slap on the label "Ponzi Scheme". Yet here, the shoe actually sorta fits (benefits can only continue to be doled out if the investor base - the employed - continues to expand).

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  • gooseno

    gooseno

    March 11, 2015, 2:08 am

    <You aren't simply making a hypothesis. You are treating the hypothesis as if it were tried and true and wanting to discuss it.>

    Kind of. I was making a hypothesis, saying let's assume for the sake or argument that it was true, and wanting to discuss it. I also invited other speculation as to how the lay of the land might be, or why someone might think the issue was not worthwhile.

    I make no assertion that this constitutes proof of anything via scientific method. I think that discussing reasonable questions, particularly when there is no evidence either way, and hearing views different from yours, is a good thing. If you disagree, and think it's just 'skipping the science' I guess that's your prerogative. I see it as a necessary precursor to science.

    <"It's like me saying "I think people who drive Volvos like to eat Cheetos more than Doritos. Hmm, I wonder why that is!">

    No, for two reasons. First, I was not saying that my wondering makes it so, I was saying *if* it were true *then* what might the reasons be. Second, my supposition was reasonable, the above is frivolous. If you thought my supposition unreasonable I would have prefered a counter to it - what you think the relationship may be, or why you suppose there isn't one. You're not down with guessing. I get it. I would repeat my previous question as to just where do you think research questions come from.

    I get what you're saying. The proof should come before discussion of why it's there. Got it. You're telling me I'm not allowed to wonder about it beforehand, and ask what would be the possible relationship might be if the stats came out this way or that.

    Am I on a high horse? I'm trying to be frank.

    Please have the last word is yours if you want it. I appreciate in a way that you're willing to go down the road on this, even if I don't think we see eye to eye in any productive way.

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  • uioreanu

    uioreanu

    March 10, 2015, 4:10 pm

    > I'm starting to realize, though, that I do need to talk to her. Hell, maybe I should just tell her to post her concerns/worries/etc to Reddit.

    I have to stand against the wave, with a different perspective on

    this thing and I know reddit will hate me but I don't give a fuck. I think it's ok to know things, to somehow try to comprehend what's going on inside your sister's mind, now that the hormones-machine really starts to power up. But from this to actually confront her, it's a world away.

    Maybe it's just me, but I hate these group-hug type of solutions, and what I would hate even more is to see you & your sister the victim of reddit's insatiable need for scandal (the "let us know" thing). There are some truths that are better handled indoors, and this might be one of them. My question for you is if you already planned to confront her, and needed reddit to support you on the issue? Secondly, why is reddit closer to you than mom&dad?

    Final point: if you think that the situation she is into might escalate and take her (&your family) down, do something. Do not confront her directly, you are not prepared to do this, talk to your parents and ask them for advice. If you think it's simply a phase, let her continue, keep the observer status but DO NOT INTERVENE!

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  • Convicted

    Convicted

    March 10, 2015, 2:05 pm

    No, that is not true. Read what I wrote. He cooperated and he certainly had a good lawyer. What he did (combination of cooperation and commitment to go into treatment in place of prison time) is very common. I've been incarcerated and I've been in treatment/rehab, and I met people in rehab who were busted with quantities that make this guy seem like the small fry that he is who got the exact same deal he did: probation, suspended sentence, and requirement of completing (usually) a year long treatment program.

    Again, this is common and the best possible outcome. Even if you think it's bullshit, it's impossible to spend a year in treatment and not get something out of it if you're a fucking addict.

    Also, not just rich people get court ordered into treatment. Almost half of the people at the first treatment place I was at were under court-orders and were having at least part (if not all) of the cost covered by their home state.

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  • haija

    haija

    March 10, 2015, 4:24 pm

    Their president is said to have denied the holocaust on national tv it's not understandable why Jews are so pissed, since false reporting is so common in similar situations.

    What if Murdoch has been planning to misquote him, is that difficult to accomplish?

    what if our dissident Persian translator is misquoting too?

    we are talking about a nuclear standoff yet no one tolerate any questioning of basic facts.

    Oh wait, if a douchbag such as ahmadinejad whose legitimacy and his presidency is under question, is saying something then you want to punish the whole nation and destroy the whole country for it. You would be as douchebag as he is. It is as if a thief stealing a house then you come to destroy the house. Leave the fucking house alone, get the bloody ahmadinejad himself as you should have gotten Saddam rather than destroying the whole of Iraq and Iraqis. Bush has done it for being misguided on achieving his popularity and stimulating his buddies military armaments industries .

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  • Urbatect

    Urbatect

    March 11, 2015, 1:24 am

    >another aspect of insurance that I find crucial is the ability to negotiate prices that an individual would not have.

    What do you mean? The situation now is a negotiation between insurance company and doctor, with you out of the equation completely.

    Doctors will always go for the maximum your policy allows, take lots of small tests if there is a cap on the costs for single tests etc. They can do this because of the impersonal system that trains them to ignore a good and direct relationship with their patient and game the system.

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  • Wolke

    Wolke

    March 10, 2015, 10:15 am

    Well, NTU is kind of in the less reachable areas, but there should be suburban malls/other amenities lying around, since NTU provides a nice captive audience. Transport in general isn't an issue - you can definitely go anywhere with public transport, it's just a question of how long it'll take. For example, my friend would need only 30 mins to drive from her house to mine, but on public transport it takes over 2.5 hours. Cabbing can also be a an option, it's around SGD $12 for a 20 to 30 min ride.

    You *can* bike in Singapore, just watch out because non-recreational biking has only become popular in the last few years, so most drivers aren't necessarily watching out for cyclists. A decent level of road-cycling confidence is required.

    And looking at your other post, yup, NTU is (sort-of) near Pioneer MRT (subway/train) station, though not walking distance. I suspect they'll have shuttles to the MRT, or at least a bus service.

    PM/keep asking if you have more questions. :)

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  • faassen

    faassen

    March 10, 2015, 7:07 am

    You'd end up banning me, who wants to know why you want to do that because I'm curious and I want to give a better answer.

    If you know the context in which someone is trying to solve a problem you can much better give a proper answer. The context matters a lot. Someone might be playing just for fun. Someone might be aiming for a quick hack in a production project. Someone might be designing a new system. The person might be in a hurry or have plenty of time. All this influences the answer. Finally, the person in telling you his goals can perhaps be pointed to a reusable working implementation already.

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  • jespeach

    jespeach

    March 10, 2015, 3:45 pm

    I still have both of my bottom wisdom teeth. The top two, believe it or not, both had to be removed after being broken...on two separate occasions! The first time, I got hit in the jaw by a car door pretty darn hard, and it fractured the tooth. Had the remainder of it pulled the same afternoon, so it was not too bad. Biggest problem was that i have TMJ, and not a lot of room for working on those teeth wayyy in the back.

    Second time, it was at a birthday party at Chuck E Cheese. Normally, I'd skip the food there, but I was having a low (blood sugar) and so I had a slice of pizza. Huge mistake. There was a piece of metal in the sausage, which broke the tooth when I bit down on it. My sister in law told the gal at the register/order area...who responded with "ummmmmm...my manager isn't here today. Do you want me to get you another pizza?" I thanked her politely, telling her I'd prefer to keep the rest of my teeth. The problem with that one was that I had to fly home from MN to San Diego, CA that evening. Apparently the nerve was exposed, so the changing air pressure in the place caused intense pain. I was taking motrin, tylenol, excedrin...anything I had during that flight, and none of it touched the pain I was in. I went to the dentist at the first sign of opening the next morning, who then looked at it and said he could get me in with the orthodontist at 2:45 that afternoon. Having been up in pain all night, I told him by 2:45 that afternoon I would have slit my wrists! He gave me 5-6 shots of novacaine to help, and I slept until an hour before I got it pulled.

    take 2 motrin and 1 tylenol. the combination works better than the narcotic painkillers, and doesn't have the nasty side effects like nausea.

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  • Bricktopgr

    Bricktopgr

    March 11, 2015, 5:53 am

    I'm sorry but I'm gonna have to support the "shaving" thing...I've lived in Paris for the last 6 years as a student. I've gone out with 5 girls during my stay here, and not ONE of them was properly or at all trimmed down there, despite being pretty attractive girls. Although I don't find this really disgusting, I'm less inclined to go down there, though my french friends here don't find it a problem.

    On the other hand this supports your equality theory, they just don't feel the need to go the extra length to please the opposite sex.I'm aware there are a lot of french women who DO groom themselves properly, but until I came here, I honestly had never seen such hairy vaginas. NEVER! And french people say the Greeks are gay and the women are hairy, but they would never let you see them if they are not tip top!

    I'm not one to support clichés, but when I see a valid one I have to.

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  • artee

    artee

    March 10, 2015, 9:12 am

    I just skimmed that followup, and it mostly isn't talking about the structure of the foundation at all. Where it does, it states in fact exactly this (last paragraph):

    "So I’m hearing from you [referring to himself] that you don’t think that the concept of the CodePlex Foundation is necessarily a bad idea, but that **(a) it needs to be set up differently to inspire trust, (b) it needs to reset its priority statements to reflect an equal concern for community priorities as well as corporate needs, (c) it needs to change its messaging to demonstrate a commitment to provide convincing value for community members,** and (d) while the initial list of deliverables is in the right ballpark, it could be further refined."

    Looks to me like he's saying pretty much the exact same thing as before.

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  • myamaacct

    myamaacct

    March 10, 2015, 6:07 pm

    That stat is bullshit. There are over 1 billion children on this earth. There's no way that a few hundred dollars would feed and educate one child for that long.

    Also, there's only so much we can do. We can give money to the government's of poor countries, but the money won't go to the people. There's also the argument that just giving people handouts only perpetuates poverty and overbreeding.

    Personally, I think the world is way overpopulated, so the more people starving, the better.

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  • jacques_chester

    jacques_chester

    March 11, 2015, 3:27 am

    Let's envelope it.

    Assume a high-performance NoSQL solution takes ten programmer-years of effort to develop and refine to internal production quality.

    The first hit for "average programmer salary" says that a median programmer makes ~$54,000. Applying a classic business rule of thumb, we double that to account for overheads, leaving us a programmer-year cost of $108,000.

    That leaves a 10 programmer-year project at around $1,080,000 or so. That's not accounting for scheduling variation -- or the fact that other people have already done it.

    At this stage it is purely irrational to roll your own SQL or non-SQL database.

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  • clothespegs

    clothespegs

    March 10, 2015, 6:33 pm

    Well, I can only speak from a UK perspective but Scotland and North England are major Roma strongholds. The days of living by the roadside are pretty much done and alot now live in standard campsites. Once word gets round that a campsite is Gypsy friendly, you'll find a large number will move in and set up home. Alot now are also just moving into standard homes, like my Grandmother for example although my Grandfather refuses to sleep in a house and stays in a caravan outside.

    I think the seclusion is from a sense of superiority. Alot of my family think any non-Gypsy or Gorgio people are idiots. I don't have a very good relationship now with my Grandfather for the very reason that my father is Gorgio.

    Culture wise, some of my happiest childhood memories are sitting with all my uncles and everyone sharing stories around a fire in the middle of nowhere having just caught rabbits for stew. Animals are really important, particularly dogs, horses and birds and going to any of the old fairs and seeing all these age beaten people, whose world has changed around them still reveling in this old lifestyle is amazing. The culture is incredibly backwards at time too. Horrible racism and homophobia. Violence is incredibly prevalent and the less said about marriage of cousins the better...

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  • monotone_robot_voice

    monotone_robot_voice

    March 11, 2015, 5:47 am

    Swift Water Rescue (SRT) is the UK equivalent, and I did do this training, yes. It was very intense, but now I am capable, dependant on conditions, of pulling people out the river with a broken neck without causing further damage. It reassures me that I can do this, and I hope you also.

    I've done two or three expeditions, in Scotland, using sea kayaks and tents. I enjoyed this, as I am a wild-camping type of guy... but I much prefer the rivers :-) The rivers in the UK are too short mostly for expeditions. And the access rights are in turmoil at the moment so it's pretty much out the window for inland trips.

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  • guyindia

    guyindia

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    I have health insurance offered by my employer. He pays around $20 and I pay the same for one months coverage. There is a limit on how much I can claim - Rs 100,000 - which is around $5000 which is enough for most emergencies, accidents and doctor visits (like for a recent viral fever).

    It doesn't cover routine visits and drunk driving accidents and such but it is good to know that I do not have to worry about cash for smaller things.

    At 27 I would not need heart surgeries and such but I dread the day have such an emergency. The govt. run hospitals are free but I wouldn't trust them with my life and would rather take a loan and pay it back.

    I stay in India.

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  • capecodcarl

    capecodcarl

    March 10, 2015, 10:11 pm

    I don't know why you're trying to sound overly technical, but in the real world this is done all the time (plugging RJ-11 connectors into RJ-45 jacks). It works fine usually, though I suppose the risks are that sometimes the plastic edges of the RJ-11 connector may over time crush the outer two pins of the RJ-45 jack making it unreliable to use for RJ-45 connectors in the future. My office has nothing but RJ-45 jacks and whether you get ethernet, a phone connection, or nothing at all depends on what is patched into the other side of the patch panel. It works fine.

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  • collin_ph

    collin_ph

    March 10, 2015, 9:52 pm

    Yeah, The "illegal" part, and the "torture" part.. I think nations can do what they want.. however... they definitely failed to provide us with any evidence that the war was started based upon anything substantial. I wish we hadn't started the war that way, but that's in the past. Now, Saddam was a bad guy, but there's a lot of other guys as bad or worse than him. My suggestion is that if there's a really bad guy who's killed a ton of people and should stand trial-- we should do him like we did norieaga (sp?), just act like we're ignoring him, and sweep in one day and just take him to stand trial somewhere.

    Anyway, I do agree that the leaders had to have acted on , at best, unsubstantiated intelligence, at worse.. well let's not think about that.

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  • shto

    shto

    March 10, 2015, 9:42 am

    > Seriously tell me why you have such faith that companies like Blue Cross, that they are looking out for your best interests...

    Seriously, why do you have such faith in government officials that are just looking to get ellected one more time in office, so they can keep their money and interest/business connections, making promises and issuing laws without any reasonable economic thought behind them. They are suits, interested in getting as much power as possible (by expanding government responsibilities) and taxing the shit out of everybody.

    How reasonable is it that Obama and all these democrats that appear on CNN are going to spend another trillion dollars of money the US does not have? On projects like health care, bailouts, etc. when they should just let the competition within the free market decide which company will offer the best service and will win most consumers. Instead of thinking how they'll get the US out of bankruptcy.

    Regulation sounds so good, but in practice it destroys companies...and guess what, companies are the economic lifeblood of any country. They are the ones that produce jobs, capital and products that you consume and enjoy everyday. Once you regulate the fuck out of them, they will either leave the country, impose insanely huge prices (see insurance companies) or go bankrupt.

    Oh, and about those credit card companies...in case that is true, then you could have sued them for something that was not stated in the contract. People do that all the time when loan companies raise interest rates. Also, I'm sure they wouldn't have any interest to lose a customer they had for 10 years.

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  • Daemonax

    Daemonax

    March 10, 2015, 7:17 pm

    >Colbert didn't give him a chance to talk. It's the format of the show though, and maybe half of regular Colbert watchers don't really care about what Dawkin's has to say

    It's not just a problem with that show. When people are asked to come and speak for a news programme, they'll often not get enough time to say what they need to say. It's all sound bites, and moving on to other things quickly instead of giving issues proper coverage. It could be that the modern audience just doesn't care and can't be bothered paying attention to something longer than a few minutes.

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